The Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Inspire 2 that was announced alongside the Versa 3 is now available in Malaysia — the former is in fact the first smartwatch to sport an EDA sensor.
The Fitbit Sense is actually the first of its series and also the most advanced smartwatch Fitbit has to offer so far. As mentioned, it has an EDA (electrodermal activity) sensor which helps detect stress level. Fitbit will use an EDA Scan app which reveals your stress levels in the form of a graph for better understanding. In addition to that, the Fitbit Sense also offers an on-wrist skin temperature sensor that allows you to detect abnormalities on a daily basis.
Fitbit Inspire 2
Fitbit also released the successor to the Fitbit Inspire series after two years — the new fitness tracker is upgraded with a better screen, a longer battery life of up to 10 days and advanced features like Active Zone Minutes. Those who get the Inspire 2 will also enjoy a one-year trial of Fitbit Premium for free.
Fitbit Versa 3
Last but not least, the Versa 3 will be coming soon in November with built-in GPS, an in-app workout intensity map, better heart rate monitor and Google Assistant support.
Price and availability
The Fitbit Sense and Inspire 2 are now available at RM1,498 and RM498 respectively, while the Fitbit Versa 3 is priced at RM1,148. You can get the first two devices now at major retail stores including Harvey Norman, All IT, Best Denki and online platforms such as Lazada and Shopee.